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NY: Little, Brown & Co and LON: Orion
Haunted by the ghosts of his past, Mickey must work tirelessly
and bring all his skill to bear on a case that could mean his ultimate
redemption or proof of his ultimate guilt. The Gods of Guilt shows once
again why "Michael Connelly excels, easily surpassing John Grisham in
the building of courtroom suspense" (Los Angeles Times).
Fans of Marcia’s Muller’s bestselling Sharon McCone novels and Bill Pronzini’s Nameless Detective series will applaud The Spook Lights Affair and future exploits from the annals of Carpenter and Quincannon, Professional Detective Services.
Julie has too much at stake, raising her daughter on her own, to
break protocol—until the mall killer pushes her over the line. Instead
of kudos for saving his hostage, the Missouri State Criminal
Investigation Unit hands Julie cold case duty. Among the forgotten
files, she uncovers a disturbing connection between disappearances from
years ago—all pretty girls, all presumed runaways. Now Julie’s instincts
have her hunting a predator still very much in the picture. Someone who
pulls Julie into a harrowing chase—by abducting her own daughter. . . .
On a hunt that leads from Florida’s tropical beaches to the posh
vacation homes of the Northeast, Stone finds himself walking a tightrope
between ambitious authorities and seedy lowlifes who all have the same
prize in their sights. In this cutthroat contest of wills, it’s
winner-takes-all... and Stone will need every bit of his cunning and
resourcefulness to be the last man standing.
Private investigator Dana Cutler must take down a cunning
psychopath before he can pull off the perfect crime, in Sleight of Hand,
a novel of suspense from Phillip Margolin, New York Times bestselling
author of Capitol Murder and Supreme Justice
Itinerant lawmen Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch are back in the
saddle with guns blazing in this gritty, intense addition to the New
York Times–bestselling series.
Cole and Hitch are soon on
the trail of stolen money, two calculating brothers, and the daughter of
Saint Louis’s most prominent millionaire in a Cain-and-Abel story that
brings revenge to a whole new level.
Scott Sigler’s Infected
shocked readers with a visceral, up-close account of physical
metamorphosis and one man’s desperate fight for sanity and survival, as
“Scary” Perry Dawsey suffered the impact of an alien pathogen’s early
attempts at mass extinction. In the sequel
Contagious, Sigler pulled back the camera and let the reader experience the frantic national response to this growing cataclysm.
Now in Pandemic, the entire human race balances on the
razor’s edge of annihilation, beset by an enemy that turns our own
bodies against us, that changes normal people into psychopaths or
transforms them into nightmares.
“Hall is one of those rare thriller writers who can build character as
he ratchets tension, who can do no-holds-barred action scenes with
panache and, in the midst of bedlam, never lose sight of nuance. All
those skills are on display here, as Hall assembles a full-bodied
supporting cast whose stories hold our interest as much as Thorn’s
attempt to save his son without helping to bring about a South Florida
version of Chernobyl. A fine thriller on every level.” —